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CF-Auto Rooter and the App that us the Exynos Error are two different things...

Use the CF-Auto Rooter in first Post and then Triangle Away ... it works very fine on my GC with 4.1.2
I already did... I tried several ways for the past few hours...

My original ROM was stock 4.1.1 rooted.
I fwiped, flashed stock 4.1.2, CF Auto Root, Triangle Away, then factory reset.
When I went to download mode, the status displayed correctly as official, but the counter still not back to 0.
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Default Re: How to root your Galaxy Camera

Here goes...

Stock 4.1.1 (I flashed back from 4.1.2)
CF Auto Root
Triangle Away 2.60

I'm trying to make my SGC back to factory default... so after binary counter back to 0, i'm planning to unroot and wipe.

that means triangle away setting (reset counter on every boot) is out of question.

as you can see, all the status back to official, I even can connect to OTA server (still have CF Auto Root).
but the counter can't back to 0.




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I temporarily rooted my Camera and also couldn't get it to be completely un-rooted. I finally installed Kies on my Windows box (which takes forever as it is insanely bloated), but it had an option to force install factory firmware which I used to get it back to factory state (it was a little hard to find - I had to page through various menus to discover it). This was in the US with an AT&T version of the camera.
 
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is this method compatible with XXBLL7 4.1.2?

im just making sure before i flash.. thanks

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Warning
This cannot hurt your device because full recovery is simply a 1.1gig Odin flash away.

Introduction:
This is a Rooted Galaxy Camera CF AutoRoot based on GC100XXALK1.

You Will Need:
Instructions:
  • unzip the CF-Auto-Root-gd1-ekgc100.tar.md5 from the zip package to a place you can find it.
  • Launch the Odin3 application


  • place CF-Auto-Root-gd1-ekgc100.tar.md5 in the "PDA" section
  • Put your device into Download Mode:
    Remove and replace the battery.
    Press "Volume down+Camera+Power".
  • Connect your device to your machine
  • click start


Conclusion
By default, this device does not show a Warning Triangle. In the future it may. Go back to stock by using the 1.1G recovery package above after using TriangleAway by Chainfire.
 
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i just used camera toolbbox to do it...no sweat
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Runs perfect. Many thanks... Just started a Titanium Backup
 
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once rooted.. what will happen if there a firmware upgrade? do we have to proceed or unroot it first?
 
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is this method compatible with XXBLL7 4.1.2?

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is this method compatible with XXBMA2 or XXBMA1 as well ?
 
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Hi could someone put the bulb option in this camera? Long exposure surely will bring the galaxy camera to the fullest. thanks

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